Ocean Acidification: National and International Regimes to Address a Difficult Policy Problem

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Everyone in the world depends on the oceans for resources, transportation of goods, tourism, food, climate regulation, and natural beauty. Yet within a few decades, our oceans may be devastated by a human-created environmental problem that has been called “global warming’s evil twin” - ocean acidification. This paper looks at the current national and international policy regimes available to address ocean acidification, and what actions are already being taken.

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